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Leisure Complex : Network

System Features

  • Digital mixing engines support a CobraNet network that spans floors 1 through 3 so that audio can be shared throughout the complex.
  • In addition to handling audio input and output for the floors on which they are located, the DME64N units on each floor provide CobraNet network communication with the other floors as well. A single BGM source can be broadcast to all floors, announcements made on the second floor can be broadcast to all three floors, etc.
  • A VLAN system can be used to broadcast video content from the Blu-ray disc players located in the amp rooms on the first and third floors throughout the complex via Ethernet.
  • ICP1 and CP4SF control panels mounted in the bar area allow convenient volume control as well as preset selection for each floor. Control signals can also be shared throughout the network, so the volume level on all floors can be controlled from a single location, for example.
  • Equalizers, speaker processors, and a multitude of other audio components that can be configured and combined via a computer application give the DME64N the flexibility and scalability to deliver optimum functionality and performance in an extremely wide range of applications.
  • With multiple processing functions built into a single convenient unit, the DME64N can reduce cabling requirements and thereby limit problems such as shorts or bad connections that can occur over time. Installation as well as repair and maintenance costs are reduced as well.
  • DME64N signal processing routing is all handled by software in the form of “virtual wiring,” so running changes and post-installation system expansion can be easily implemented without the need to install additional equipment or wiring.
  • The DME64N scene memory can store up to 999 complete setups that can be instantly recalled whenever needed, making it easy to switch setups for a variety of applications.
  • The DME64N equalizer component can be an effective tool for increasing clarity and intelligibility.
  • The DME64N Ambient Noise Compensator component automatically adjusts volume levels to compensate for ambient noise so that the program material is always clear and intelligible regardless of changes in the number of people in the area, for example.
  • The DME64N Event Scheduler component works with the DME64N WAV File Player to play back specified sounds, such as regular pre-recorded announcements or chimes, at predetermined times without the need for any external equipment. It’s also possible to control external GPI-capable devices on a predetermined schedule.

Installation and Administration Features

  • Audio communication between the amp rooms on each floor is handled by a CobraNet network via CAT5e cabling that reduces the amount of cabling required while preventing signal degradation during transmission. Cost for changes and repairs to the cabling infrastructure is reduced as well.
  • Refined design and compact, unobtrusive mounting hardware help the VXS series blend in rather than detracting from the interior décor.
  • The VXC series includes black-finished models with black grilles for a wider range of interior décor matching options.

Products List

(A) CD Player CD-C600RK
(B) iPod or Other MP3/WMA Player  
(C) Blu-ray Disc Player BD-S667
(D) 8-channel Mic/Line Amplifier MLA8
(E) Digital Mixing Engine DME64N
(F) Digital Network Card MY16-CII
(G) AD/DA Card MY8-ADDA96
(H) DA Card MY8-DA96
(I) Power Amplifier XP5000
(J) Power Amplifier XP7000
(K) Power Amplifier IPA8200
(L) Power Amplifier XMV4280
(M) Power Amplifier XP3500
(N) Power Amplifier XP2500
(O) Ceiling Speaker VXC4W
(P) Ceiling Speaker VXC4
(Q) Ceiling Speaker VXC6
(R) Surface Mount Speaker VXS8W
(S) Subwoofer VXS10SW
(T) Surface Mount Speaker VXS5W
(U) Surface Mount Speaker VXS8
(V) Subwoofer VXS10S
(W) Surface Mount Speaker VXS5
(X) Intelligent Control Panel ICP1
(Y) Control Panel CP4SF

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